Dr Steven Crimp is a climate applications scientist with the Climate Change Institute at the Australian National University. His role is to examine opportunities for improved climate risk management within primary industries, both in Australia and internationally. He also looks for opportunities to include multi-national and global food producers, telecommunications and other industries in his work.
Before joining ANU, Steve worked for the Agriculture and Food Business Unit of CSIRO, contributing to the Global Food Security in a Changing World Research Program.
Brown, P. R., Bridle, K. L., & Crimp, S. J. (2016). Assessing the capacity of Australian broadacre mixed farmers to adapt to climate change: Identifying constraints and opportunities. Agricultural Systems, 146, 129-141.
Crimp, S. J., Gobbett, D., Kokic, P., Nidumolu, U., Howden, M., & Nicholls, N. (2016). Recent seasonal and long-term changes in southern Australian frost occurrence. Climatic Change, 139(1), 115-128.
Crimp, S. J., Zheng, B., Khimashia, N., Gobbett, D. L., Chapman, S., Howden, M., & Nicholls, N. (2016). Recent changes in southern Australian frost occurrence: implications for wheat production risk. Crop and Pasture Science, 67(8), 801-811.
Cvitanovic C, Crimp S, Fleming A, Bell J, Howden M, Hobday AJ, Taylor M, Cunningham R. (2016) Linking adaptation science to action to build food secure Pacific Island communities. Climate Risk Management 11, 53-62.
Kabir, M. J., Alauddin, M., & Crimp, S. (2016). Farm-level Adaptation to Climate Change in Western Bangladesh: An Analysis of Adaptation Dynamics, Profitability and Risks (No. 576).
Lim-Camacho, L., Ariyawardana, A., Lewis, G.K., Crimp, S.J., Somogyi, S., Ridoutt, B., Howden, S.M. (2016) Climate adaptation of food value chains: the implications of varying consumer acceptance. Regional Environmental Change, 1-11. doi: 10.1007/s10113-016-0976-5
Marshall, N. A., Crimp, S., Curnock, M., Greenhill, M., Kuehne, G., Leviston, Z., & Ouzman, J. (2016). Some primary producers are more likely to transform their agricultural practices in response to climate change than others. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 222, 38-47.
Ridoutt, B., Sanguansri, P., Bonney, L., Crimp, S., Lewis, G., Lim-Camacho, L. (2016) Climate Change Adaptation Strategy in the Food Industry—Insights from Product Carbon and Water Footprints. Climate 4, 26. doi: 10.3390/cli4020026
Taylor M., Crimp S., Dawson B. and McGregor A. (2016). Adapting Pacific agriculture and forestry to climate change: Management measures and investments. In Taylor M., McGregor A., and Dawson B, eds. Vulnerability of Pacific Agriculture and Forestry to Climate Change. Noumea: Secretariat of the Pacific Community.